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New classrooms coming to Coquitlam

New classrooms coming to Coquitlam

COQUITLAM, B.C. – The Government of British Columbia is investing $18 million into more space for students at a Coquitlam, B.C. school.

Dr. Charles Best Secondary School will have 300 more student spaces with the addition of 10 classrooms, corridors and lockers using prefabricated materials.

A previous prefabricated addition to the school was installed in February 2021. 

The investment is in addition to more than $300 million to create more than 2,600 new student seats in the Coquitlam School District over the past seven years, a release said.

“This includes the creation of 1,145 seismically safe seats at Irvine Elementary and Moody Elementary, the recently completed Coast Salish Elementary, which created 430 new student spaces, as well as the prefabricated addition to Scott Creek Middle school, which will provide 250 additional seats as early as fall 2024,” the release said.

The new addition to Dr. Charles Best Secondary School is expected to open by fall 2025.

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